President Zelenskiy’s revelation of a foiled coup plot adds to a growing body of evidence that an invasion of Ukraine could be imminent.
Three new laws may be planting the seed for ‘hot’ territorial conflicts in the future.
The SDP-Greens-FDP coalition has laid out a policy framework that envisions significant changes in Germany’s domestic and foreign policies.
Remembering a national revolution that continues to resonate in the geopolitics of Eastern Europe to this day.
COP26 laid bare the lack of commitment to Africa when dealing with the climate crisis.
Chileans will choose between two starkly different economic visions on December 19 – a contest that will be watched closely by global mining giants.
Manufacturing, agriculture, tourism, and green tech are the focus as Kazakhstan looks to move up the value chain.
Laos has reduced its reliance on fossil fuels by building dams on a mass scale, and aims to export the electricity generated to its neighbours. Yet the plan comes with economic and environmental risks.
Examining internal and external forces at work in the latest military coup in Sudan.
The latest defense department report on China’s military modernization suggests that Beijing is rapidly closing the capability gap with Western peers, particularly with regard to air, sea, and missile forces.
The AUKUS alliance has chipped away at the pillars holding up French power projection in the Indo-Pacific.